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Help Us Help You Avoid Tax Prep Fraud
The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection asks from help from the public to be ont he lookout for questionable tax and loan practices and to report any suspicious activity.
Watch for Gift Card "Gotchas"
If gift cards are on your shopping list this holiday season, the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection suggests that you follow some simple tips to ensure that both you and the gift recipients receive the full value of the present.
Call From "Steve Martin" Not Funny Hang Up on Government Imposter Scam
Wisconsin Residents statewide are receiving prerecorded calls from "Steve Martin" with the U.S. Treasury." If you receive a similar call, hang up immediately and do not call back the number noted in the message.
Phone Scams Ramp Up In Wisconsin
DATCP has recently seen a spike in inquiries and complaints about fake Internal Revenue Service (IRS) phone calls (both “live” calls and robocalls). In this pervasive nationwide scam, a caller falsely claims to represent the IRS and warns the call recipients that they are behind on taxes and must make an immediate payment to avoid arrest or legal actions. After threatening victims with jail time, deportation or driver’s license revocation, scammers may hang up and call a second time claiming to be with the local police or DMV.
New State Law Tackles Confusing Property Deed Sales Mailing
Wisconsin residents should keep an eye out for official-looking mailings that offer to sell a copy of their property deed for $89. What those mailers don't tell you is that homeowners can purchase a copy of their deed from a county register of deeds for a couple of dollars.